|Margaret and Ronda of Inspired Ghost Trackers asking questions on digital recorder|
So, who made the first recordings of ghosts or spirits? According to George Noory's book Talking to the Dead, it was Waldemar Borogas in 1901. He was exiled to Siberia and used a Thomas Edison phonograph during a session he was beating drums. Between the drumbeats he heard disembodied voices!
Working with the Inspired Ghost Trackers, we've recorded several of them, including one from the Book Escape in Baltimore where we investigated. At the time we got the EVP, I thought I heard a man's voice briefly. When we listened to the digital recording later right after I thought I heard the sound, we all heard "Go away!"
Pictured here are Margaret and Ronda of Inspired Ghost Trackers asking questions during an EVP session. The hardest part is listening back to the recording to see if anything or anyone speaks up!